Floccose scales are thus left on the surface of the stem below the annulus, as in the left hand plant of Fig. 53.
The annulus is not persistent, and the gills are crowded and notched.
annulus auri cum sapphiro qui fuit fratris Willelmi quondam Dublin archiepiscopi defuncti.
Armillate: with a ring or annulus of raised or different tissue.
annulus, or ring, like that of the spore-case of most Ferns.
Ring: a circle or annulus, usually margining a discolored spot.
The veil is very handsome, and the way in which the annulus is formed from it is very interesting.
This was called the astronomical ring, annulus astronomicus.
It is usually whitish near the upper end, but dull brown or reddish brown below the annulus, sometimes distinctly yellowish.
The sporangia have very short stalks, and are not provided with an annulus at all.
annulus an·nu·lus or an·u·lus (ān'yə-ləs)
n. pl. an·nu·lus·es or an·nu·li (-lī')
A circular or ring-shaped structure.
Plural annuluses or annuli (ān'yə-lī')